𑐣𑑂𑐴𑐹𑐐𑐸 𑐳𑑄𑐰𑐶𑐢𑐵𑐣 𑑒𑑐𑑗𑑒 𑐕𑑂𑐫𑐮𑐾𑐢𑐸𑑄𑐎𑐵𑑅 𑐳𑑂𑐠𑐵𑐣𑐷𑐫 𑐟𑐴𑐫𑐵 𑐣𑑂𑐴𑐵𑐥𑐵𑑄𑐐𑐸 𑐣𑐶𑐬𑑂𑐰𑐵𑐔𑐣𑐮𑐶𑐥𑐵 𑐣𑐷𑐳𑑂𑐰𑑄𑐐𑐸 𑐳𑑂𑐠𑐵𑐣𑐷𑐫 𑐳𑐬𑐎𑐵𑐬𑐫𑐵 𑐳𑐎𑑂𑐬𑐶𑐫𑐟𑐵𑐫𑑂 𑐎𑐵.𑐩.𑐥𑐵.𑐫𑐵 𑐣𑑂𑐴𑐹𑐩𑑂𑐴 𑐣𑐵𑐫𑑅𑐨𑐵𑐖𑐸 𑐰𑐶𑐡𑑂𑐫𑐵 𑐳𑐸𑐣𑑂𑐡𑐬 𑐱𑐵𑐎𑑂𑐫𑐫𑐵 𑐣𑐾𑐟𑐺𑐟𑑂𑐰𑐫𑑂 𑐣𑑂𑐴𑐹𑐐𑐸 𑐱𑐶𑐎𑑂𑐲𑐵 𑐥𑑂𑐬𑐞𑐵𑐮𑐷 𑐮𑐵𑐐𑐸 𑐫𑐵𑐎𑐾𑐐𑐸 𑐣𑐶𑐬𑑂𑐞𑐫𑐎𑐠𑑄 𑐳𑑂𑐠𑐵𑐣𑐶𑐫 𑐰𑐶𑐲𑐫 𑐧𑑂𑐰𑑄𑐎𑐾𑐐𑐸 𑐧𑑂𑐫𑐰𑐳𑑂𑐠𑐵 𑐖𑐹𑐐𑐸 𑐔𑑂𑐰𑐕𑐵𑐫𑐾𑐧𑐴𑑅𑐐𑐸 𑐖𑑂𑐫𑐵 𑐏𑑅 𑑋 𑐣𑑂𑐴𑐵𑐥𑐵 𑐳𑑂𑐠𑐵𑐣𑐷𑐫 𑐟𑐴𑐮𑐫𑑂 𑐣𑐾𑐥𑐵𑐮𑐨𑐵𑐲𑐵 𑐕𑑂𑐫𑐮𑐾𑐐𑐸 𑐣𑐶𑐬𑑂𑐞𑐫𑐫𑐵𑐟 𑐳𑐬𑑂𑐰𑑀𑐔𑑂𑐔𑐫𑑂 𑐩𑐸𑐡𑑂𑐡𑐵 𑐟𑑅𑐥𑐶𑑄 𑐣𑑂𑐫𑐵𑐩𑑂𑐴 𑐎𑐥𑐸𑐟 𑐰 𑐎𑐸𑐮𑐵𑑄𑐐𑐵𑐬 𑐳𑐴𑐶𑐟 𑐬𑑀𑐎 𑐟𑑅𑐥𑐶𑑄 𑐣𑑂𑐫𑐵𑐫𑐵𑐢𑐶𑐱𑐥𑐶𑑄𑐟𑑄 𑐣𑑂𑐴𑐵𑐳𑑄 𑐣𑑂𑐴𑐫𑑂𑐎𑐸 𑐮𑑅 𑐟𑑂𑐰𑑄𑐎𑐾 𑐧𑐷𑐎𑐠𑑄 𑐠𑑂𑐰 𑐣𑐶𑐬𑑂𑐞𑐫 𑐕𑐐𑐹 𑐄𑐩𑐶𑐐𑐸 𑐣𑐶𑑄𑐟𑐶𑑄 𑐣𑑂𑐴𑐵𑐫𑑂 𑐟𑑂𑐰𑐵𑑅𑐡𑑅𑐐𑐸 𑐮𑐸 𑐖𑐸𑐂𑐦𑐸 𑑋 𑐎𑐵.𑐩.𑐥𑐵. 𑐮𑐵𑐐𑐵𑐡𑐸𑐣𑐾 𑐡𑐬𑑂𑐟𑐵 𑐖𑐸𑐫𑐵𑐔𑑂𑐰𑑄𑐐𑐸 𑐐𑐸𑐮𑐶 𑐣𑑄 𑐳𑑂𑐎𑐸𑐮, 𑐳𑐬𑐎𑐵𑐬𑐷 𑐧𑐵𑐫𑑂 𑐐𑐿𑐬𑐳𑐬𑐎𑐵𑐬𑐷 𑐳𑑂𑐎𑐸𑐮𑐫𑑂 ‘𑐫𑐾𑑃𑐡𑐾𑐫𑑂 𑐩𑑂𑐴𑐳𑐷𑐎𑐾’ 𑐣𑐵𑐩𑑄 𑐥𑐶𑐴𑐵𑑄 𑐰𑐫𑐵𑐔𑑂𑐰𑑄𑐐𑐸 𑑑–𑑘 𑐟𑐐𑐶𑑄𑐟𑐎𑐫𑐵 𑐳𑐦𑐸 𑐕𑑂𑐫𑐮𑐾𑐩𑐵𑑅 𑐢𑐎𑐵𑑅 𑐮𑐵𑐐𑐸 𑐫𑐵𑐎𑐾 𑐧𑐷𑐐𑐸 𑐀𑐟𑐶𑐎𑑄 𑐔𑑂𑐰𑐕𑐵𑐫𑐾𑐧𑐴𑑅𑐐𑐸 𑐖𑑂𑐫𑐵 𑐏𑑅 𑑋 𑐣𑐾𑐥𑐵𑐮𑐨𑐵𑐲𑐵 𑐣𑑂𑐴𑐣𑐵 𑐰𑐣𑐾𑐟𑑂𑐫𑑄𑐐𑐸 𑐂𑐮𑐫𑑂 𑐳𑑂𑐠𑐵𑐣𑐷𑐫 𑐰𑐶𑐲𑐫 𑐢𑐎𑐵𑑅 𑐟𑑂𑐰𑐴𑑅 […]

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𑐣𑐾𑐰𑐵𑑅 𑐩𑐶𑐳𑐵 𑐡𑐧𑐸 𑐨𑑀𑐖𑐥𑐸𑐬 𑐖𑐶𑐮𑑂𑐮𑐵 𑐖𑑂𑐫𑐵𑐳𑐣𑐵 𑐥𑐸𑐔𑑅𑐫𑐵 𑐐𑑂𑐰𑐳𑐵𑐮𑐫𑑂 𑐮𑐕𑐶 𑐟𑐎 𑐣𑐾𑐥𑐵𑐮 𑐨𑐵𑐳𑐵 𑐳𑑂𑐫𑐣𑐾𑐐𑐸 𑐖𑑂𑐫𑐵𑐗𑑂𑐰𑑅 𑐣𑑂𑐴𑑂𑐫𑐖𑑂𑐫𑐵𑑄𑐐𑐸 𑐡𑐸 𑑋 𑐣𑑂𑐴𑐶𑐣𑐳𑐶𑐫𑐵 𑑔 𑐟𑐵 𑐂𑐮𑐫𑑂 𑐣𑐶𑐳𑐾𑑄 𑑖 𑐟𑐵 𑐂𑐮𑐫𑑂 𑐟𑐎 𑐨𑐶𑐣𑑂𑐟𑐸𑐣𑐵 𑐴𑑀𑐚𑐮 𑐜𑐵𑑃𑐜𑐵 𑐐𑐵𑐄𑐮𑐫𑑂 𑐣𑑂𑐴𑑂𑐫𑐵𑐣𑐵𑐔𑑂𑐰𑐐𑐸 𑐏𑑅 𑐳𑐵 𑐮𑐶𑐥𑐵𑐐𑐸 𑐂𑐮𑐫𑑂 𑐨𑑀𑐖𑐥𑐸𑐬𑐫𑐵 𑐧𑑀𑐏𑐶𑐩𑐔𑑂𑐰𑐥𑐶𑑄 𑐧𑐵𑐳𑐷𑐟𑐫𑑂‌𑐳𑑄 𑐠𑑅𑐐𑐸 𑐩𑐔𑐵𑐟𑐫𑑂‌𑐟 𑐣𑑄 𑐣𑐾𑐰𑐵𑑅 𑐨𑐵𑐳𑐵 𑐳𑑂𑐫𑐣𑐾𑐟 𑐂𑐣𑐵𑐥 𑐫𑐵𑑅𑐐𑐸 𑐎𑐠𑑄 𑐨𑑀𑐖𑐥𑐸𑐬𑐫𑐵 𑐡𑐾𑐄𑐬𑐵𑐮𑐷 𑐣𑑄 𑐣𑐾𑐰𑐵𑑅 𑐨𑐵𑐳𑐵 𑐳𑑂𑐫𑐣𑐾𑐐𑐸 𑐖𑑂𑐫𑐵 𑐣𑑂𑐴𑑂𑐫𑐵𑐐𑐸 𑐡𑐸 𑑋 𑐨𑑀𑐖𑐥𑐸𑐬𑐫𑑂 𑐣𑐾𑐥𑐵𑐮 𑐨𑐵𑐳𑐵 𑐣𑑂𑐰𑐵𑐫𑐾𑐐𑐸 𑐖𑑂𑐫𑐵 𑐩𑑂𑐴 𑐖𑐸𑐐𑐹 𑐂𑐮𑐫𑑂 𑐨𑑀𑐖𑐥𑐸𑐬 𑐩𑐶𑐳𑐵 𑐡𑐧𑐹 𑐣𑐵𑐫𑑅 𑐀𑐰𑐣𑐷 𑐱𑐵𑐎𑑂𑐫, 𑐳𑑂𑐫𑐣𑐵𑐩𑐶 𑐨𑐬𑐟 𑐟𑐵𑐩𑑂𑐬𑐵𑐎𑐵𑐬 𑐰 𑐳𑑂𑐫𑐣𑐵𑐩𑐶 𑐀𑐩𑐺𑐎𑐵 𑐟𑐵𑐩𑑂𑐬𑐵𑐎𑐵𑐬 𑐖𑐵𑐣𑐵𑑅 𑐠𑐸𑐐𑐹 𑐥𑐮𑐵 𑐣𑑂𑐴𑑂𑐫𑐵𑐎𑐵𑐡𑐶𑐐𑐸 𑐏𑑅 𑑋 𑐩𑐵 𑐨𑐵𑐫𑑂 𑐗𑐶𑐐𑐸 𑐩𑑂𑐴𑐳𑐶𑐎𑐵 𑐏𑑅 𑑋 𑐠𑑂𑐰𑑅 𑐬𑐵𑐖𑑂𑐫𑐫𑐵 𑐳𑐩𑑂𑐥𑐟𑑂𑐟𑐶 𑐏𑑅 𑑋 𑐠𑐸𑐂𑐟 𑐩𑑂𑐰𑐵𑐎𑐾 𑐩𑐵 𑐢𑐵𑐂𑐐𑐸 𑐟𑐵𑐟𑐸𑐣𑐵 […]

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𑐣𑐾𑐥𑐵𑐮 𑐳𑑄𑐧𑐟 𑐣𑑂𑐴𑐹𑐡𑑃 𑐳𑐩𑐵𑐬𑑀𑐴 𑐳𑐩𑐶𑐟𑐶 𑑑𑑑𑑔𑑒 𑐥𑐵𑐏𑐾𑑄 𑐥𑐶𑐡𑑃𑐐𑐸 𑐣𑐾𑐥𑐵𑐮 𑐳𑑄𑐰𑐟𑐫𑐵 𑐥𑑂𑐬𑐰𑐡𑑂𑐢𑐎 𑐮𑐶𑐳𑐾𑑄 𑐬𑐵𑐚𑑂𑐬𑐶𑐫 𑐰𑐶𑐨𑐸𑐟𑐶 𑐱𑑄𑐏𑐢𑐬 𑐱𑐵𑐏𑑂𑐰𑐫𑐵 𑐎𑐶𑐥𑐵𑑅 𑐡𑐸𑐐𑐸 𑐎𑐵𑐥𑐷 𑐐𑐿𑐬 𑐣𑐾𑐰𑐵𑑅 𑐧𑑂𑐰𑐩𑐶𑐥𑐶𑐣𑑂𑐟 𑐠𑑂𑐫𑐎𑐾𑐐𑐸 𑐣𑐶𑐟𑐶𑑄 𑐟𑑂𑐫𑑁𑐜 𑐩𑐵𑐢𑑂𑐫𑐩𑐶𑐎 𑐧𑐶𑐡𑑂𑐫𑐵𑐮𑐫𑐫𑐵𑐟 𑐮𑑅𑐮𑑂𑐴𑐵𑐐𑐸 𑐡𑐸 𑑋 𑐳𑐵𑐩𑐵𑐬𑑀𑐴 𑐳𑐩𑐶𑐟𑐶𑐫𑐵 𑐣𑐵𑐫𑑅 𑐣𑐶𑐬𑐘𑑂𑐖𑐣 𑐬𑐟𑑂𑐣 𑐱𑐵𑐎𑑂𑐫𑑄 𑐠𑑁𑑄 𑐁𑐂𑐟𑐰𑐵𑑅 𑐠𑐠𑐾 𑐮𑑅 𑐮𑑂𑐴𑐵𑐐𑐸 𑐡𑐸 𑑋 𑐣𑐾𑐰𑐵𑑅 𑐧𑐳𑑂𑐟𑐷 𑐣𑐾𑐰𑐵𑑅 𑐳𑑂𑐎𑐸𑐮𑐫𑐵 𑐎𑐖𑐶 𑐮𑐶𑐳𑐾𑑄 𑐟𑑂𑐫𑑁𑐜 𑐟𑑂𑐫𑑁𑐜 𑐩𑐵𑐢𑑂𑐫𑐩𑐶𑐎 𑐧𑐶𑐡𑑂𑐫𑐵𑐮𑐫 𑐳𑑄𑐔𑐵𑐮𑐎 𑐳𑐩𑐶𑐟𑐶𑐫𑐵 𑐣𑐵𑐫𑑅 𑐡𑐶𑐥𑐎 𑐟𑐸𑐮𑐵𑐢𑐬𑐫𑐵 𑐩𑐹 𑐄𑐥𑐳𑑂𑐠𑐶𑐟𑐶 𑐄𑐐𑐸 𑐳𑑂𑐎𑐸𑐮𑐫𑐵 𑐱𑐶𑐎𑑂𑐲𑐎𑐟𑐫𑑂𑐟 𑐠𑐠𑐾 𑐳𑑂𑐰𑐳𑐥𑐵 𑐎𑐥𑐶 𑐧𑑂𑐰𑐩𑐶𑐥𑐶𑐣𑑂𑐟 𑐂𑐣𑐵𑐧𑐶𑐂𑐟 𑐰 𑐱𑐏𑐢𑐬 𑐱𑐵𑐏𑑂𑐰𑐵𑐫𑐵 𑐎𑐫𑐵𑑅 𑐩𑑂𑐴𑐳𑐶𑐎𑐵 𑐧𑐶𑐂𑐎𑐵 𑐧𑐶𑐂𑐟 𑐂𑐣𑐵𑐥 𑐣𑑄 𑐳𑐩𑐵𑐬𑑀𑐴 𑐳𑐩𑐶𑐟𑐶𑑄 𑐫𑐵𑑅𑐐𑐸 𑐏𑑅 𑑋

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𑐖𑐬𑑂𑐩𑐣 𑐧𑐶𑐱𑑂𑐬𑑂𑐰𑐧𑐶𑐡𑑂𑐫𑐵𑐮𑐫𑐫𑐵𑐩𑑂𑐴 𑐧𑐶𑐡𑑂𑐰𑐵𑐣 𑐥𑑂𑐬𑑀𑐦𑐾𑐳𑐬 𑐜𑐵. 𑐮𑐶𑐣𑐴𑐵𑐬𑑂𑐚𑐖𑐸𑑄 (Prof. Dr. Lienhart) 𑐖𑐬𑑂𑐩𑐣𑐷 𑐖𑐸𑐐𑐸 𑐕𑐐𑐸 𑐀𑐣𑑂𑐟𑐬𑐬𑐵𑐳𑑂𑐟𑑂𑐬𑐷𑐫 𑐳𑐩𑑂𑐩𑐾𑐮𑐣𑐮𑐾 (𑐃𑐳𑑂𑐰𑐷 𑐳𑐩𑑂𑐧𑐟 𑑑𑑙𑑘𑑕) 𑐖𑐬𑑂𑐩𑐣𑐷𑐫𑐵𑐐𑐸 𑐕𑐐𑐸 𑐩𑑂𑐫𑐸𑐖𑐷𑐫𑐩 (Museum of Indian Art, Berlin) 𑐫𑐵𑐐𑐸 𑐳𑑃𑐎𑐮𑐣 𑐥𑐵𑐏𑐾 𑐡𑐸𑐐𑐸 𑐥𑐸𑐮𑐵𑑄𑐐𑐸 𑐟𑐵𑐴𑐵𑐎𑐐𑐸 𑐥𑑁𑐨𑐵 𑐀𑐢𑑂𑐫𑐫𑐣 𑐫𑐵𑐣𑐵𑐡𑐶𑐫𑐵 𑐳𑐶𑑄𑐴𑐮𑐱𑐵𑐬𑑂𑐠𑐧𑐵𑐴𑐵𑐫𑐵 𑐧𑐵𑐏𑑄 𑐣𑑂𑐴𑐾𑐧𑑂𑐫𑐫𑐵 𑐡𑐶𑐐𑐸𑐏:𑑋 𑐠𑑂𑐰𑑀 𑐥𑑁𑐨𑐵𑐫𑐵 𑐴𑐵𑐎 𑑑𑑑.𑑔𑑐 𑐩𑐶𑐟𑐬 𑐰: 𑐧𑑂𑐫𑐵 𑑐.𑑕𑑕 𑐩𑐶𑐟𑐬 𑐡𑐸𑐐𑐸 𑐀𑐮𑑂𑐫𑐾 𑑘𑑐 𑐔𑐫𑐐𑐸 𑐮𑑂𑐫𑐵𑐡𑐸𑐐𑐸 𑐔𑐶𑐟𑑂𑐬𑐫𑐵 𑐎𑑀𑐳𑑂𑐳𑑄 𑐣𑐾𑐰𑐵𑐨𑐵𑐳𑑄 𑐔𑑂𑐰𑑀𑐫𑐵𑐟𑐐𑐸 𑐧𑐵𑐏𑑂𑑄𑐫𑐵 𑐁𑐏𑐐𑑂𑐰 𑐔𑑄𑐐𑐸𑐖𑐸𑐫𑐵𑐣𑐶𑐟𑐷𑑄 𑐐𑐸𑐧𑐮𑑂𑐫𑐫 𑐡𑐫𑐎𑐸𑐐𑐸 𑐥𑑂𑐬𑐲𑑂𑐚 𑐠𑐸𑐃𑐎𑐾 𑐩𑐦𑐸 (𑐧𑐵𑑄𑐮𑐵𑐎𑑂𑐎𑑂 𑐳𑐶𑐫𑐩𑐡𑐸), 𑐧𑐵𑐏𑑄𑐣𑑄 𑐧𑐵𑑄𑐮𑐵𑐎𑑂𑐎𑑂 𑐠𑐸𑐃𑐎𑐾 𑐩𑐦𑐸:𑑋 𑐨𑐵𑐖𑐸 𑐮𑐶𑐣𑐴𑐵𑐬𑑂𑐚𑐖𑐸𑑄 𑐣𑐾𑐰𑐵𑐨𑐵𑐳𑑄 𑐔𑑂𑐰𑐫𑐵𑐟𑐐𑐸 𑐧𑐵𑐏𑑄 𑐫𑐵𑐟 𑐀𑑄𑐐𑑂𑐬𑐾𑐖𑐷𑑄 𑐁𑐏𑐮𑑄 𑐴𑐶𑐫𑐎𑐵 (Unicode Devanagari) 𑐖𑐬𑑂𑐩𑐣 𑐨𑐵𑐲𑐵𑐣𑑂𑑄 𑐃𑐳𑑂𑐰𑐷 𑐳𑐩𑑂𑐧𑐟 𑑑𑑙𑑘𑑕 𑐳𑑄 𑐩𑑂𑐫𑐸𑐖𑐷𑐫𑐩𑐥𑐵𑐏𑐾𑑄 𑐳𑐶𑑄𑐴𑐮𑐱𑐵𑐬𑑂𑐠𑐧𑐵𑐴𑐵𑐫𑐵 𑐧𑐵𑐏𑑄 𑐕𑐵𑐥𑐫𑐫𑐵𑐣𑐵 𑐥𑐶𑐎𑐵𑐐𑐸 𑐏:𑑋 𑐨𑐵𑐖𑐸 𑐮𑐶𑐣𑐴𑐵𑐬𑑂𑐚𑐖𑐸𑑄 𑐮𑑂𑐴𑐵𑐟𑑄 𑐔𑑂𑐰𑑀𑐫𑐵𑐟𑐐𑐸 𑐀𑐣𑐾𑐎 𑐐𑑂𑐬𑐣𑑂𑐠 𑐀𑐢𑑂𑐫𑐫𑐣 […]

𑐳𑐶𑑄𑐴𑐮𑐱𑐵𑐬𑑂𑐠𑐧𑐵𑐴𑐵 𑐁𑐖𑐸 𑐮𑑂𑐴𑐵𑐳𑐵 𑐩𑐏𑐸𑐳𑐾𑑄 𑐱𑑂𑐬𑐷𑐮𑐒𑑂𑐎𑐵 ...

NEST  was founded by Purna Kumar Shrestha in 2000 which aims to bring a sustainable improvement in the quality of life of disadvantaged communities in Nepal primarily through creating education opportunities for marginalised groups particularly for girls, children with disabilities and children affected by earthquakes. NEST helps them to get a good education, one which is relevant to their needs, suited to their environment, and one which will help them to overcome poverty and live healthily and safely in their community.  NEST believes in the power of education  to make the world a better place. NEST  is registered as a non-government […]

NEST-Nepal Education Support Trust

KATHMANDU, Sept 18: Private schools have challenged the government to implement its rules for the restructuring of school fees. They have demanded that the government allow them to determine the fees at their respective schools. According to the Education Regulations, proposals for determining school fees should be submitted to the district education offices by January 15 each year. The district education offices have to grant permission after fixing the fee ceiling by February 15. The new academic session begins on April 15. A new directive issued in March provisions fee structure approval by a two-thirds majority of the guardians of the […]

Pvt schools defy govt rules ...

Bishwo Bhasa Campus the only campus of the international language in the country. has been reeling under the row over appointment of part time teachers. Just last month, the college was shut down for 13 days by a student organisation claiming that four teachers appointed in February were appointed ‘illegally’. “If those illegal teachers are given classes, we will have no option but to protest,” Roma th Shrestha. student leader of the ANNFSU-R, which is affiliated with the CPN-Revolutionary Maoist. said on Thursday. The ANNFSU-R had padlocked the college from August 1 to 13, and the issue was settled after […]

Row over part-time teachers at ...

Teachers are mostly admired as liberal-minded people of the society, and they deserve to be, because through their contribution our society shape the canvas of its future. Changes are often but how we emerge within ourselves, and they are the one who help to bring the difference in individual’s life, and the process takes a gradual pace to influence the overall society. A rabble crossing the entrance gate of the District Education office Lalitpur, hundreds of people were in the queue restlessly awaiting for their turn to come. The twiddling sun of emerging spring was parching everyone’s head, and drought […]

Teachers Application Queue

Maggie Doyne, CNN’s 2015 Hero of the Year, started with sponsoring a child’s education in Nepal and today runs a school and home for orphans Maggie Doyne, the founder of BlinkNow Foundation, with her adopted children in NepalImage Credit:

A young ‘mother’ of 50 ...

Activity: Improving the quality and inclusiveness of schools in Nepal Name of the Organization: Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) Nepal Headquarter: Nepal Geographical reach: National Number of beneficiaries: 31,500 children Project Representative: Mr. Raj Kumar Ghandarba Websites: About the Project The Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) Nepal Program is a four-year model for transforming education via inclusive multi-level support within school communities and across Nepal’s education system ( Through volunteers sharing skills in six districts across Nepal, the main program objective is to increase the capacity of six district education authorities, and for 72 schools to successfully implement the government’s School […]

VSO Nepal Education

Nepal Earthquake 2015 Fundraiser Nepal has been seriously devastated by the recent earthquake. Over 8,000 people have died (with death toll rising), thousands more are injured, and countless more have been displaced. Many homes, temples, and public monuments have been destroyed throughout the affected areas. For the Nepal earthquake victims, HELP NEPAL Network (HeNN) has raised over US $1,000,000 to date and is continuing to raise more. With this fund, the Nepal team has mobilized dozens of groups of volunteers, sending tents, food and medical supplies to affected areas (some details can be found at HeNN’s Facebook page). HeNN has […]

HeNN Nepal Fundraiser

Couple to walk Bluff to Cape Reinga to fundraise for Nepal After seeing the state of Nepal following the devastating 2015 earthquake, intrepid couple Carl Hutchinson and Adele-Ivy Harris knew they needed to do more to help. The British pair, who have been living in New Zealand since July last year, will walk from Bluff to Cape Reinga to raise money for the Nepalese rebuild. The couple were travelling in Nepal when the 7.8 magnitude quake struck last April, killing almost 8900 people and causing widespread devastation. They will begin the 3000km Te Araroa Trail on Friday and estimate it […]

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